The museum of the Infant Jesus of Prague presents the tradition of dressing of the statue. You can see some of the historical robes as well as dresses donated by people from various countries. The exposition includes:

  • the robe donated by emperor Ferdinand II.
  • the robe donated by the writer Paolo Coelho
  • the crown donated by Pope Benedict XVI. during his visit of the church in 2009
  • the historical crown of Infant Jesus in rococo style
  • dresses from South Korea, Philippines, Italy, Poland and other countries
  • photos from dressing of the statue
  • real-size photos of the statue in the dresses of various liturgical colours
  • exposition of nativity scenes from various countries
  • the robe donated by empress Maria-Theresa (currently in Stift Klosterneburg, Austria as a part of the anniversary exhibition 2017 )

      

Opening hours:

   Mon – Sat    9:30am – 5pm

    Sunday    1pm-6pm

We open after the end of the service.

Closed on Dec 25 and Good Friday
On Dec 26, Jan 1 and Easter Monday open 1-6 pm.

Admission free

Entrance to the museum is in the church on the right next to the main altar. To enter the museum, you have to walk up a spiral staircase.